Erica Wagner wrote a great article in The New Statesman on Ibsen’s life and work, to celebrate the Ibsen festival at the Barbican in London, and the publication of the new translations. Here is a pdf of the same article:Â Erica Wagner – New Statesman.
“Staging Skepticism: Ibsen and the Drama of Modernity”: A Workshop at Temple University
There will be an interesting workshop on Ibsen and philosophy at Temple University Thursday 2 and Friday 3 May, at the Center City Campus, 1515 Market Street, room 208. For the full program, click here. I will be giving a talk on Hedda Gabler on Friday 3 May.
The Ark: Ibsen on Fogo Island, Newfoundland
I am embarking on the Ibsen Ark! Off the east coast of Newfoundland, a group of committed theatre artists, actors and theatre students are spending three weeks immersing themselves in Ibsen. I am privileged to be able to go there to join forces with Juni Dahr, the great Norwegian Ibsen actress and her Visjoner Teater company, from September 9 to September 12. The event is organized by the English Theater at Â The National Arts Center in Ottawa, Canada, in collaboration with Fogo Island Arts Corporation. I am also looking forward to seeing the land where the Vikings landed back in the 11th century!